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January 29, 2022

Investing in Mentorship and Community for Black MSP Business Owners

MSP business owners face a number of obstacles to growth, but for many black-owned MSP business owners, there's a unique set of obstacles. Mentors can play a significant role in helping black MSP business owners clear a path in spite of these obstacles. Mentors have the knowledge and network contacts to help black-owned businesses achieve greater growth. Mentors can help navigate the rough seas of the MSP sector. Mentors can serve as the navigation tool that points you toward success. Many MSP business owners will admit that their mentor had a direct impact on the growth and success of their... Read more →

A Foot of Snow Falls in Some South Jersey Cities

The falling snow was captured on a Ring security camera located in Gloucester City, NJ at 12:08 AM Saturday, January 29, 2022 (gloucestercitynews.net photo) UPDATED WITH driving conditions William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNewsnet GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (JANUARY 29, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--The nor’easter blew into Gloucester City and surrounding South Jersey communities shortly after 9 PM Friday. By midnight the storm hit with a vengeance, covering the ground with the white stuff, aided by wind gusts that were clocked at 50 MPH. Little Nut Maker paid a visit late Saturday afternoon. (CNBNewsnet photo) The snow fell throughout the night and by morning... Read more →

Diane Newcome, of Bellmawr/Gloucester City; A Great Sense of Humor, Enjoyed Being With Family and Friends

Diane (Bradshaw)Newcome GHS Alum, Class of '62 GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (January 29, 2022)(CNBNewsnet)--Diane (nee Bradshaw) Newcome, of Bellmawr, passed away on January 26, after a long illness. She was 77. Diane was raised in Gloucester City and graduated from Gloucester High School, Class of 1962. She was a member of the Co-Ettes, a high school sorority, and was voted best dancer by her classmates. The 1962 Co-Ettes, (left to right) sitting-Connie Sarlo, Carolyn Rusk, Shirley Troughton, (top) Andrea Morrison, Carol Painter, Judy Tubbs, Karen Plews, Carol Steubing, Diane Bradshaw. She married her high school sweetheart John Newcome lived in Bellmawr,... Read more →

Authorities Charge Suspect with Murdering Mount Laurel Woman in her Home

Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina and Mount Laurel Township Police Chief Stephen Riedener announced that the 31-year man charged yesterday with stealing the vehicle and debit card of a Mount Laurel woman found fatally bludgeoned in her home Wednesday has been charged with her death. Andrew Kramer, of Mantua, was charged last night with Murder (First Degree) and two counts of Possession of a Weapon for an Unlawful Purpose (Third Degree and Fourth Degree). He is presently in custody in Philadelphia on weapons offenses and charges of simple assault and making terroristic threats. The Prosecutor’s Office will seek to extradite... Read more →

CRIME WATCH: WANTED! William Hess, Charged with Rape Forcible Compulsion and 5 additional charges

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of HESS is asked to anonymously contact the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers Toll Free at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (8477) or online at https://www.p3tips.com/tipform.aspx?ID=107 All callers to Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers remain anonymous and could be eligible for a CASH REWARD for information that leads to an arrest, the solving of a crime/cold case or the location of a wanted person/fugitive or missing person. All information is accurate as of Release Date and is subject to change or updated. Media Release #3269 Docket No.: MJ-50301-CR-0000018-2022 Date Issued: Thursday, January 27, 2022 - 1:21pm Issuing Authority: MDJ-50-3-01 Holding Dept: PA... Read more →

Consumer News: NJ American Water Readies for Winter Storm

State’s largest water and wastewater utility prepares for blizzard conditions and shares safety tips for customers CAMDEN, N.J. – JAN. 28, 2022 – New Jersey American Water is preparing for forecasted blizzard conditions and coastal flood warnings this weekend. The company has initiated readiness efforts to mitigate potential impacts to its water and wastewater plants and distribution systems. “We are committed to providing safe and reliable water service to our customers, even through extreme weather conditions,” said Thomas Shroba, vice president of operations for New Jersey American Water. “Our team of experts is highly trained on emergency preparedness, response and... Read more →

RUTGERS Faces and Voices Premiers Sunday

Photo credit: Nick Romanenko/Rutgers University. Faces & Voices, a video series that tells the Rutgers University story through the students, faculty, staff and alumni who make it a dynamic place of discovery, premieres on the Big Ten Network (BTN) at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 30. The 30-minute show features a conversation between President Jonathan Holloway and Eric LeGrand, one of the university’s most prominent and impactful alumni and the only Rutgers football player to have his number (52) retired. Since sustaining a spinal cord injury in October 2010, LeGrand has harnessed the national spotlight to give back to the... Read more →

Because of Pandemic Graduation Rates Dip Across U.S.

Red mortarboards fly into the evening sky at a commencement ceremony in Maryville, Tenn. High school graduation rates dipped in at least 20 states after the first full school year disrupted by the pandemic, according to a new analysis by Chalkbeat. Scott Keller / The Daily Times via AP FILED UNDER: Matt Barnum, Kalyn Belsha, and Thomas Wilburn, Chalkbeat This story is a collaboration with The Associated Press. High school graduation rates dipped in at least 20 states after the first full school year disrupted by the pandemic, suggesting the coronavirus may have ended nearly two decades of nationwide progress... Read more →